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Threedom

by Hip Bones

Hip Bones has been called “renegade jazz,” “psychedelic funk,” and “monsters of the mash-up.” “These gentlemen push the boundaries of jazz…and get away with it!”
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Funk
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3. For the Love of Money
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4. Sunshine of Your Love
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Hip Bones, the popular Jazz Funk trio based in San Francisco, has performed hundreds of club and festival dates since 1993, headlining and opening for the likes of Allan Holdsworth and Coco Montoya, from Yoshi's Nitespot in Oakland to Soho in Santa Barbara to Cino Grille in Charlotte and Brandy House in Atlanta.

Threedom combines the freedom of Jazz with the energy of Funk and Rock. There are four new original numbers, three penned by woodwind man Gary Schwantes. The band continues its habit of creative arranging, putting its stamp on Miles and Bird Standards and creating new ones out of tunes by the O'Jays, Sting, and Cream. Hip Bones is fearless in its approach to musical boundaries.
Band members:
Dan "Ozzie" Andrews: Basses
Gary Schwantes: Saxes and Bamboo Flutes
Robin Tolleson: Drums, Percussion

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